GeForce Garage - Mobile VR Rig

| May 17, 2018

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Virtual reality has taken gaming to a whole new level of immersion. We know firsthand and have been enjoying VR gaming on the go for some time now. The rigorous use is evident on our gear, which has taken more than a few bumps and bruises. So we’re taking this opportunity to bang out a brand new small form factor VR Gaming PC, built from the ground up for both rugged portability and peak performance in our favorite VR titles.

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FoxNext is driving immersive, next generation entertainment experiences in the areas of augmented and virtual reality, mobile, console/PC games and location-based entertainment across Twentieth Century Fox Film and Fox Networks Group. The division consists of FoxNext Games, FoxNext VR Studio and FoxNext Destinations. Fox has a successful track record of creating critically acclaimed games including The Simpsons: Tapped Out, Angry Birds Rio, Alien: Isolation, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, Ice Age Adventures, and Sugar Smash: Book of Life. Aftershock, a division of FoxNext Games, has a number of projects in development including an all new mobile game based on the expansive Marvel Universe, and a massively multiplayer mobile strategy game for James Cameron's Avatar franchise. A AAA PC/console game set In the world of Avatar is in development with Massive Entertainment, a Ubisoft Studio. FoxNext VR Studio is in development on Alien and Planet of the Apes VR experiences. FoxNext Destin

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